I am compiling some data regarding special interest voting, religion and the 2008 election. This post serves as an open forum for readers who see polls or data regarding various interest groups (e.g., pro-life, those not favoring gay rights, Protestant, Catholic, Evangelical, etc.). Just add them to the comments section. I will be adding to the post throughout the day and evening. First up is Christianity Today’s Evangelical vote map. There you can find a compilation by Ted Olson of… Read more

Well, I can’t actually verify this but it might look something like this. Here is a little better view of it. I might be done for the night; I am not sure I can watch this. FOX just called VA at 10:41pm for Obama. Virginia. Jedi mind tricks. Some GOP people I talk to hope for buyer’s remorse and a resurgence in the mid-term elections in 2010. As a historical parallel, Bill Clinton, in 1992, met immediate problems with his… Read more

Not that I’m obsessing about this or anything… Drudge either depresses or elates. If you want to get balanced, go gawk at Gawker. The margins are tighter there. Read more

Reading the now removed post of Julietta Appleton on Obamatravel.org, I was really struck by her devotion to Barack Obama. I used to run a private practice in counseling as she apparently does, and I had a hard time getting away for a week’s vacation. The business suffers and your clients are put on hold (6 weeks!?). Here is what she posted: Note that she says she has no money but she needs to get her man elected. I like… Read more

It is probably no secret who I support. We have a clear choice between moderate-conservative and far left ideologies and policies. I choose the moderate-conservative. McCain-Palin ’08 Read more

Via Redstate and Palestra.net, we have the chronicles of a cross-country voter, Farah Minwalla. According to these sources, she is registered in three states and apparently voted in 2. (h/t: Charles Martin) Read more

John Fund, who has been bird-dogging ACORN, reports on more instances of fraud and provides an interview with Anita MonCrief, former ACORN worker. Anita MonCrief, an ACORN whistle-blower who worked for both it and its Project Vote registration affiliate from 2005 until early this year, agrees. “It’s ludicrous to say that fake registrations can’t become fraudulent votes,” she told me. “I assure you that if you can get them on the rolls you can get them to vote, especially using… Read more

Some things just take awhile to sink in or get packaged in a way that people hear them. Here is the video with the sound clip of Obama talking about coal in San Francisco. I think the difference between candidates is that Obama wants to impose more stringent regulations sooner (immediately). I think McCain’s view is that in view of the security needs of the nation, we cannot move so quickly and remove another source of energy based solely on… Read more

UPDATE at the end of the post… There are many stories of voter fraud this election and I have reported at least one major one in Ohio. The situation here may violate the spirit of those laws. I do not know how Florida officials will view this but I hope to find out tomorrow. This is from Obamatravel.org. I wonder how long this page will stay up. And here is Ms. Appleton holding her ballot: To summarize, Ms. Appleton has… Read more

Undecided? Still open to hearing more? I will be listening in. Hillary Supporters, PUMAs & Fence Straddlers, You’re Invited To Join: Just Say No Deal’s Closing Argument Conference Call Sunday, November 2, 5:00 PM ET Dial: (218) 486-1662 Access Code: 82114# Or Listen Online @ BlogTalkRadio hosted by NoQuarterUSA for immediate release LIVE LISTENING ONLY – NO CALL-INS ONLINE, WASHINGTON DC & NATIONWIDE – The Just Say No Deal Coalition, a group of Senator Hillary Clinton’s most ardent supporters, is… Read more

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